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>> good morning everyone, 4:30 a.m., thursday, november 10. president obama and president-elect donald trump will sit down in the oval office, more coming up in time important moment in the transition of power. antitrump protesters marched in center city streets and all this plays out in other cities in the country. first up, let's turn to david murphy for the accuweather forecast. karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: we are looking at cloud cover getting close to the
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coast and getting out of here. we had rain, but it's gone. temperatures are cooler, 43 in philadelphia. 42 in trenton. 41 in reading and wilmington. millville, 42. cape may, 46 degrees. not much wind this morning. 40 degrees by 7:00 a.m., 46 by 10:00 a.m., noon, 51. it stays cool with the high of 57 around 3:00 p.m., breezy at times not too bad in that regard. 6:00, back to 52. milder air for veteran's day, and cool down for the weekend another hint of rain in the seven day. karen what's going on the roads. >> reporter: the roads are a little wet. this is i-95 at the commodor barry bridge, southbound traffic heading toward the delaware state line, it's not causing a delay, but watch for the police activity on the shoulder.
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no overnight construction on the vine. moving nicely in both directions with problems between i-95 and the schuylkill expressway. how about the boulevard extension at ridge avenue construction is blocked the two left lanes as you head northbound. you want to stay right coming north of the schuylkill expressway, you want to see penndot with the arrow boards up ahead. we have an accident involving deer, lower moreland, byberry road at heaten road. >> president obama elect donald trump will meet with president obama at the white house who promises a smooth transition from his administration to the next. katherine scott is live at the satellite center with more on this meeting of long time rivals. >> reporter: in the past, two the have had strong words to say to each other, today, president-elect donald trump and president obama will meet at the white house. yesterday donald trump spent the day at trump towers in new york.
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the first public step in the transmission of power, president obama said the two have major differences, but that won't stand in the way. >> it is no secret that the president and elect and i have significant differences, 8 years ago, president bush and i had significant differences, but president bush's team could not be more provisional and grateful. >> reporter: they will not fund sanctuary cities and withdrawing from nafta and renegotiate the deal. trump will repeal and replace the affordable care act. trump will meet with house
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speaker paul ryan who has been trump's high profile critics in the republican party, ryan congratulated the president elect that will lead the senate, house and white house. >> there's no doubt that our democracy works. now we have to work to heal the divisions of a long campaign. >> the meeting at the white house takes place at 11:00 a.m., during that time, will meet with first lady at the white house. hundreds of people marched through philadelphia lorcht -- last night protesting donald trump as president. they walked through the city and
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it was similar to protests around the country. annie mccormick is outside hall with more. >> reporter: good morning, tam, it is quiet, but last night there were hundreds of protesters around here with police keeping them at bay. of course they are protesting they are unhappy with the fact that donald trump is now our president-elect. take a look at the video, this is chopper 6 hd over the scene to give you an idea how many protesters there were, antitrump protesters walking for several hours starting on city hall and on broad street temple university campus and back to city hall. philadelphia police on bikes and patrol cars followed the crowd placing rolling closures. there message was filled with anger and deployment that donald trump was president-elect. 15% voted for trump in philadelphia, 80% for clinton. university of pennsylvania, five
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hundred students attended an open discussion airing their concerns. >> what's done is done and donald trump will be the president come january, but that doesn't mean that our voices and our experiences are not valid, that does not mean all the hateful things donald trump has said over the last election cycle have gone away. >> reporter: as you saw in the video there was a heavy police preference out here -- presence out here yesterday, however, police reported that no arrests were made. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> this is what the protest looked like in southern california, a massive crowd blocked an intersection in l.a. thousands in new york chanted not my president. five people were arrested for
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disorderly conduct. donald trump's was so stunning because it was unexpected even among his many supporters. pollsters far and wide along with political analysts were certain hillary clinton would emerge the winner even as americans began to vote. >> what did we miss it because we were too busy covering the candidate and not enough time covering the voter. >> nobody wanted to admit they were for trump. but when it came down to it, they couldn't bring themselves to vote for hillary clinton. >> some believe 2016 was a terrible year for political journalism in america and pollsters will have to reassess their methods because they predicted a very different result. developing this morning a 15-year-old man was shot multiple times always he tried
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to run into his at bridge and horrorric street. investigators say shell casings show the shooter opened fire and chased the teen to his rear basement door. robbery could be a motive. investigators are looking at surveillance video to figure out who shot the person and why. historical commission will decide if person processer alono the risk registry. toll brothers want to knock down buildings and replace the sites for 16 condos. 4:38 a.m., police are looking for a gunman who fired into a crowd near a busy bus stop. video shows robbers pushing
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a woman to the ground to grab her purse. >> reporter: 41 degrees on the backup at 6:00 a.m. 40 by 8:00 a.m. this afternoon a bit on the cool side. i'm putting extra gear on the kids this morning, but a jacket will be required later. we have a cool down later it's all ahead in the seven day.
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>> welcome back, taking a live look here, sky6 live hd the view over the airport. a rainy day yesterday, this is looking clearer, 4:41 a.m., 43 degrees. >> a giant sinkhole is eating up the street in lancaster.
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crews found anothern is near the sinkhole. >> more rain? >> reporter: not bad, the rainy from yesterday did hang in there for the most of the evening, sky6 live hd we're looking at center city we're expecting sunshine on the skyscrapers and everything else this morning. 43 degrees, the winds are out of the north/northwest they are sagged to calm leaves. not a lot of wind on the bus stop or the walk to the train platform. satellite and radar shows you there's leftover cloud cover by the shore and that could scoot off the coast quickly. we'll begin the day with sunshine and lots of blue skies and high clouds later today.
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over the next 12 hours, 8:00 a.m., 40 degrees, 10:00 a.m., 46. noon, 51. you'll want a jacket if you're heading out to lunch. # p.m., 57 that's the high, where we wound up yesterday, we have the sun and dry conditions to go along with the sun which is better. 5:00 a.m., 53 degrees. high temperature, similar from allentown down the i-95 corridor and millville. even the shore, in the upper 50s across the region under the sun. tomorrow, veterans day, frontal boundary drops through, we'll warm up to a high of 63. later in the day, the wind pick up, we could get 35-mile an hour gusts tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night and be breezy on saturday. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we are looking at a mostly sunny day today, chilly high of 57. overall not bad. tomorrow, partly sunny and windy
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conditions building especially during the afternoon for veteran's day, high of 63, so it will be milder. behind the departing front look for it to breezy and cooler on saturday, high 51 degrees, you'll want to jacket and a couple of layers on saturday. sunday, milder, high of 58. nice weather for the eagles game. sunny on monday, 62. partly sunny on tuesday, late-day sprinkle or shower. wednesday, clouds and sun, 60. more showers possible on wednesday. remember when we're not on the air you can get the latest weather information at 6abc.com/weather. today not bad, tomorrow milder, you were looking for milder air, tomorrow is the day you'll get it. >> i won't hold it gains you that it -- against you that it comes tomorrow. new video shows wildfires that are burning across the south. a shocky haze over the
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atlanta -- smoky haze over the atlanta area has prompted health warnings. >> it blew our minds how many people showed up here, people are on it. >> authorities say the faster are expected to continue burning for days as flaming leaves fall to the ground and spread the fire. a gunman fired into a crowd outside a convenience store in downtown seattle injuring five people. the gunman ran off and police are looking for him this morning. four men and one woman were rushed to the hospital. their conditions are improving. police do not believe the shooting was related to anti-trump protests that were happening near the area at the time. a florida mayor fought back after thieves snatched her purse.
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two men rushed up to her on tuesday and grabbed her purse and ran off. surveillance cameras recorded when she ran after them. >> it was dangerous, i had a sense he was a young person he wasn't expecting to be chased. if i had not chased after, i would not have been able to get the tag on the car. >> police took three people into custody. brad pitt has been cleared of child abuse investigation. police were looking into an incident involving his 15-year-old son on a private plane. angelina jolie filed for divorce days later. karen rogers will have another check of traffic up next. looking for a great place to retire, a magazine has named a lehigh valley city as a top
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spot. themed starbucks cups are back today and one features a delaware valley woman's design. we'll be right back.
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what do we want our kids to learn? how to game a test... or test themselves in a game? how to master an exam... or examine a master? how to be robots...
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or build robots? the njea believes students deserve a well-rounded education- including arts, music, technology, and so much more. that's why we're working with parents and communities to reduce the emphasis on high stakes testing. because when you limit the tests, they can test the limits... of their potential. looking live on sky6 live hd. that's the commodor barry bridge right now him looking pretty good, clouds up above, we'll see
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sunshine later on, lots of it. the roosevelt boulevard at ridge avenue. roads are wet from yesterday, we have a few accidents in the suburbs, this from lower providence brought down a pole, use second avenue route 29 instead. we have an accident horsham road at norristown road, lower moreland an accident, as well. byberry and heaten road. that accident involving a deer. they have restrictions out out there, as well. watch out for the deer we've had a few accidents like that in the past couple of days. route 90, construction blocks the right lane for another hour. brace road at haddonfield
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crescent road until 6:00 a.m. stick to kings highway. market looking good. money magazine named bethlehem, the place to retire in the northeast. the city leaders say the walkable downtown and proximity to new york and philadelphia is an attraction for tourists. the cruise started the materials for the christmas tree that will sit at city hall next week. the tree lighting is set for saturday, november 26. >> time for a look at business at the big board. stocks saw a big game at the closing bell a huge turn around when stock futures were down significantly. investors are digesting the
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presidential election. stock futures are up this morning. the dow gained 295 to close at 18,589. we'll see how things shake out at the opening bell at 9:30. smith and wesson wants to change its name to american brand outdoor revolution, the actual firearm will be named after the founders. shareholders are expected to vote on the change soon. hole themed red cops will return to starbucks created by customers including one by a delaware county woman, samantha from broomall they created the design of a deer while doodling on her maternity leave.
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if that is what she does while doodling, she is in a different class from the refuse us. she is next level. a 4-year-old boy signs a deal with a college baseball team, it is his fight off the field that earned him this special honor, that story is next. >> a number of are cars and
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properties were vandalized in
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south philadelphia after donald trump was declared president-elect, stores that had trump with a t were replaced with one neighborhood caught surveillance video of a man moving through the treat tagging properties with political and racial graffiti. police are investigating who is behind the vandalism. a 4-year-old was drafted to the baseball team in worester yesterday. he has congestive heart failure
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he was born with it. his mother said his love of baseball keeps him smiling. >> what a little star. his parents hope he will see a real draft some day. >> still ahead on "action news," why donald trump is not the only visit to the white house today, hillary clinton supporter and all star labron james will make his third trek to 1600 pennsylvania avenue. tom brady's wife said that's it, we're not talking politics again with you, we'll tell you what he said when we come right back. he gets a lot of compliments.
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he wears his army hat, walks around with his army shirt looking all nice.
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and then people just say, "thank you for serving our country" and i'm like, that's my dad. male vo: no one deserves a warmer welcome home. that's why we're hiring 10,000 members of the military community. i'm very proud of him. male vo: welcome to new beginnings. comcast.
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>> good morning it is 5:00 a.m., on this thursday, november 10. here's what's happening. president-elect donald trump is meeting with president obama today as the white house transition begins. we're live from the satellite center with the story. >> meanwhile, some have deep concerns about trump's up and coming presidency. the rain moves out and the sun returns with a bit of a cool breeze. >> let's talk about that with david murphy and accuweather, karen rogers is looking at traffic. >> reporter: we're looking at satellite, most of the clouds from yesterday are getting ready to push off the coast, a good portion of the region under clear skies, we expect to maintain mostly sunny skies today. 41 in

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